US – GLI’s 19th Annual Regulators Roundtable to attract 100sBy Phil - 28 February 2019
For two eventful days in March, 100s of attendees and dozens of global gaming industry’s foremost thought-leaders will converge on Las Vegas for meaningful discussions, enlightening presentations, and intense education at Gaming Laboratories International’s (GLI) 2019 North American Regulators Roundtable.
The annual affair is a hallmark of excellence on the industry’s calendar, and this year’s event is staged March 6 to 7, 2019 at Luxor Las Vegas.
Vice President and Director of Panasonic Hollywood Labs (PHL) Ron Martin will deliver a keynote address on the topic, “The Idea of an Idea, Technology, and Experience Design.” Martin is considered a leading global authority on imaging systems and solutions. He brings 40 years of experience in imaging technologies that include broadcasting, production, post-production, and visual effects.
Panel discussion topics will address the most relevant issues in today’s gaming landscape and include omni-channel convergence, operational impacts, sports betting, and the top 10 technologies that now affect or will soon affect gaming.
Separate from the panel discussions, breakout workshops present attendees with intimate settings to gain first-hand knowledge on crucial topics including cybersecurity frameworks, eSports, forensic investigations, mobile in Class II gaming, modernisation projects, and sports betting/event wagering.
Additionally, an Innovation Room will provide attendees with close-up looks and hands-on experiences with new and emerging technologies, systems, and games from a range of suppliers and from future industry innovators from UNLV.
The Roundtable is presented by GLI University® and is known worldwide as the largest educational and networking event of its kind for gaming and lottery industry regulators. It draws hundreds of attendees from across the industry spectrum and from all corners of North America and the world and provides discussion on provocative, industry-driven topics.